The skit starts out with a couple of campers (or scouts in your case) asking for some volunteers from the audience (parents will do JUST fine…evil grin).
The volunteers are then removed from the room by one of the scouts in charge of the 'Game Show' (thank you Vanna…)
After the volunteers have been removed, the 'Game' is set up. Two tables (the folding type work VERY well) are covered with sleeping bags and balls of various descriptions are placed under buckets on these tables, the catch is that in between the two tables a person (another scout perhaps) is kneeling with his head under a bucket to resemble the other buckets (of course this is well hidden with sleeping bags, or sheets or what ever you have handy) The tables are then moved close together to further hide the fact that there is anyone under the table, and don't forget to cover the front of the table so that the participant, or victim as it were, cannot see under the tables.
Bring in the first contestant…
It is then that the 'Game' is described to the contestant. He/she is to make his/her way down the line of buckets picking up each bucket and naming the ball under the bucket. Give some time record to be beaten. Then as they make their way down the line and eventually pick up the bucket off of the table under which the scout is hiding, the scout should yell/scream etc. to further the shock value.
Bring in the next contestant…etc
This skit is generally really effective and is good for a few laughs if nothing else.